archive-title Monthly Archives: September 2017


Segob Send airplane with 2 tons of pantries and supplies for BCS.

Segob Send airplane with 2 tons of pantries and supplies for BCS. 09/01/2017 BY: Alan Flores Ramos. “Diario el Independiente” Original note: https://www.diarioelindependiente.mx/2017/09/envia-segob-avion-con-2-toneladas-de-despensas-e-insumos-para-bcs La Paz, Baja California Sur (BCS).- A Boeing 727 aircraft loaded with 2 tons of pantries, medical supplies, specialized machinery for rescue and 100 elements of the Federal Police and Civil Protection was sent […]

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The Navy Secretariat of Mexico Provides Support to the Populations Affected.

The Navy Secretariat of Mexico Provides Support to the Populations Affected. The Navy Secretariat of Mexico informs that, in coordination with the authorities of the three levels of government, it provides support to the populations affected by the intense rains caused by the Tropical Storm “Lidia” in the State of Baja California South. In response […]

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Tropical Storm Lidia Special Report by Los Cabos Magazine September 1st

Tropical Storm Lidia Special Report Los Cabos Magazine September 1, 2017 After tropical storm Lidia lashed the Los Cabos region with excessive amounts of water and sustained winds of 100 km/hour with bursts of 120 km/hour, the damage it wreaked is beginning to be assessed on main thoroughfares, streets, and the highway. There were victims of the […]

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Tropical Storm Lidia update for Los Cabos 5:00 pm

Latest news about the damage from Tropical Storm Lidia. Los Cabos, B. C. S. 5:00 pm September 01, 2017. There was severe damage in Los Cabos that was left as the result of Tropical Storm Lidia passing through the aea from August 30 and August 31, 2017.  As of the morning of September 1, 2017, […]

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News from Los Cabos about the passage of the Tropical Storm Lidia

Latest news from Los Cabos about the passage of the Tropical Storm Lidia. Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, 01 September 2017 –  Currently, there are about 20,000 vacationers in the municipality of Los Cabos that are safe and sound, during and after, the passage of Tropical Storm Lidia, which brought heavy rains to the […]

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